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Local shopping helps local business during construction

May 28, 2014

As the old adage goes, there are two seasons in Canada – winter and construction! Now that old man winter has finally gone into hibernation, brace yourself as we enter a busy construction season. Construction is unavoidable but we can lessen the pain if we all know what to expect and how to avoid affected […]

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Exciting things coming to the Beach Village

The Beach Village continues to be an eclectic place to find a variety of businesses that are filled with local culture. Over the past months, we’ve seen some changes to Queen Street. We’ve said good-bye to some long-time businesses and we’ve welcomed a number of new shops and services too. Mathnasium, Beach Toyz, Anastasia Metro […]

Ministry leaves board spinning wheels on crowding solutions

The garden seems to be thinking that spring is going to happen. The snowdrops are up and the crocuses starting, so perhaps it really is SPRING – but I am not taking my winter coat to the cleaners yet! The TDSB is beset with crises, some of our own making and many because the Ministry […]

(Un)Fair Elections Act a cause of concern for Canadians

Canada has changed – and is changing – in ways that cause most of us considerable concern. And now, through C-23, the (Un)Fair Elections Act, the Conservative government is seeking to lock those changes in, to set them in concrete. “This bill is terrific,” said Pierre Polievre, the partisan bloodhound and counter-intuitively titled Minister for […]

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